Studio Number Six

Hours and Contact Info

Studio Hours: Monday-Friday 2pm to 6pm

Jesse Henderson

Jesse Henderson is a South Florida native returning home after a decade in Brooklyn, NY where he documented graffiti for 12oz Prophet and curated art shows for Low Brow Artique. He now owns and operates West Palm Beach Photo Studios, specializing in professional headshots & portraits.

Daniel Potvin

Daniel Potvin is a Photographer and wants to make you feel something through moment and movement. His work has been shown in Paris, Berlin, New York and Los Angeles before being destroyed at the artists request. b. 1981

Ates Isildak

Ates Isildak lives and works in Palm Beach County. His parents are both from Turkey. Ates Isildak received a B.A. in English Literature from University of Central Florida, and is an Alumn of Dreyfoos School of the Arts. Using short films, music videos, and photography, Ates Isildak aims to create a safe space and medium in which marginalized communities can exuberantly express themselves. He is a recipient of the 2019-2020 South Florida Cultural Consortium, third place in the South Florida Cultural Council’s 2021 Biennial, and is currently working on an Art In Public Places documentary for the City of West Palm Beach.

Ates Isildak’s works have appeared at NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, Spectrum Miami Art Basel, Cultural Council (Stuart & Lake Worth), Fritz Gallery. His video work has been premiered online by Troma, Spin Magazine, Flood Magazine, Office Magazine, Consequence of Sound, Noisey, & Vice.

Mike Cohen

Mike A. Cohen is a South Florida Photographer who recently moved from Brooklyn, NY.

Curator, Event Producer, Artist, Mentor and Instructor. Some of his notably work has been included in Transworld Media, Whalebone Magazine and "Full Bleed Book: New York City Skateboard Photography. Mike has organized and created entry level and professional events in skateboarding since 1999. Always working and contributing to the activity he is so passionate about allows him to capture and create his work to date. His recent contribution of work using recycled skateboards as his vehicle to showcase his photography to the Skateboard community.